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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, DEC. 13, 1911.
&; Masonic Temple I
Honolulu ('oiiiiii.iiiiIi rj .
(Irili r of Hie Temple.
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Honolulu- V i unil INgri-c
?::iil p. in,
On .inli' 'I hint Degree.
lliirniiiiij Chapter n. I
(I. I'. s. Hi tfu ir.
All Tliltlnc mrrnhim ot
Order arc cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local tangM
Meet on tb'.
Snd and 4th
it K. P Hall
7:30 P. M,
Jlnuir ruiMiirrnM wcuiut ui
aninc r-nomccny othei Asm.
REFICIM. A?S?1AT10H. ciution. cor.
VK. McKINLEY IUDQ. NO. 8,
K. ol P.
Meeea tvery 2nd aud 4th flaturda;
oiiIdk t 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Port and llerct.iula. Vlalt
Inn brothers cjrdln.ly Inrltad fi at
V. V. KIMIUT, C. C. -
K. A. JACOIISON. K. It. 8.
40N0LUITI LODC-t. 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodce No. SIC, b. I. 0.
Like, meets In their ball, on King
Street, Dear Tort, every Friday ate
oIdk. VUltlug Profilers are cordially
DTlttd to attend.
d n tsr.Niu:na. e n.
(1KO T KLUHCIUU Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Me'ets ccry first nnd third Tucvlu)
of ciich niontli In rralirnlty Hall, I. O
O. P. building. Visiting lirotlicra cor
dially Invited to attend
V. J. noni.VSON, Sachem,
li V. TODD, C. of It.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Metis oery first nnd third I'rlday ut
T SO orlntk, 1' tlilnn Ilnll, corner Ilcrc
tHiila nnd I'ort street. Visiting broth
ers cordially ln Itcd to attend.
S DKCKUII, C U.
o. hglni;. jc or it & s
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Sleets on second nnd fourth Wednes
day evening of each niontli at 7. 30
o'clock. In San Antonio Ilnll, Vineyard
utrcct. near Ilmmit Visiting hrothcrt
aro Ins Itcd to attend
1'. IIIGrilNS, V P.
WII C M'COY, Secy.
IMwunl Ilnrle, the noted PhcIiIc of
San I'ranclsco. who for our twent)
)onrs has been proininentty lelc-ntltled
with Ilic Spiritualists' societies utAincr
Icn, Is In Honolulu nnd will demon
strate i-Mlik phenomena, etc Spirit
ual uihko on all nutters- glcn. Dally
in to I; rMiilim'K hy appointment Tel
ephone! ..113 or lit residence, 7RJ Kllinu
street. (Irund Hmnco every Thursdny
Ke. S o'clock D000-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phono 3033
BOSTON BUILpiNO, FORT STREET
CVENINQ GOWN3 AND WRAPS
Clt.jncH by Abadip's French Process
(I AIM Dill f'niprtilorl
777 KING STREET) PHONE 1401
No linen lies
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
FEAR OF LATEST
Enforcpcl Prohibition of Joy' Waters on Board Logan Cause
Many to Appeal to Army Surgeon in Vain Christmas
Day to Be Spent at Guam Inter-Island Steamers Bring
Passengers and Products Korea Carried Many to the
A battalion of "glooms" held full-
.j on hoard the gallant old Hulled
Slates nrin tr.intMirt l.oi;au all Ihc
vvav noioss the Pacific fiom Sm
l'laiiclsen, JiultiliiK finm the rnni-
inents mure or let's aerliuoiilout In
liiuo. ciuiinallui; from a niiiubcr of the
dslrcn hiiudied pasciiKerK now on
board that ousel anil cm route to the
A squill or the littlo clooms Ktepicd
.board the tiausporl bcfoie the lua
hin of the inllltnnt passeimers unit
tho li uler In the httmh tacked up a
notlie on the tiaiisoit bulletin boaid
til it e.ijisrd moie than one Btout licit t
under a milltar; tmlfurm to pause ii:
lis regular and acciiEtouied pulsaliuii
The legulallou, ilr.istlo In Hh pru
IhIoiw as far hh army transport life
;;eiH'iall. goes, also biiumhl uoe nnd
. t llml.it Ion to the littlo mips of nrniy
Tn these oinri lis on tho mcdkal
siiiu. must (oino t lie list umd, which
will pel mil a Ioiik sutterliiK passeimci
.ii an American tiauspoit to partaKc
or tho "w.ilorH of hluli life."
Slarlnr; the il.isliliig mid bedecked
i.llkcr as well as the Just oerjilay
tmoper In tho face, In a proclamation
v. Iikli In bilef snjs Hint according to
nil army icgiihition parsed tho mid
dle of last Nov ember, no Intoxicating
ilipiors, such as tho Inspiration glUti?
wine or beer, or other lines of fer
mented beveiagcs shall bo allowed to
be taken on board an arm) transport
except In chnrgu of a transport sar
in cm, and then to be used mil) for
miMlliIii.il purposes. I'urlher no person
.is pisseiiKcr legiiillesH of rank who
essijs the einnonilr.il tinnspoitaliou
aciusa tho Pacllle oh proxldi'd hj Your
(Tiule Sauiiicl. for his militant wauls,
will bo alio" ed to have hiicIi Hplrltu
mis IIciuiiih or stimulants In his pos
irsslon or peinilltcd In drink the same
mi boinl tho troopship except on tho
written proscription of tho hiiwoii In
This Is whj, as ono olllecr put It
i'iIh moriilug, that the decks of tho
I.OB1111 tesetiibled Iho dioary fnlnesn
i I the Knnii Iaa desert nil) tlnio after
njiie culoclv ut nlKht on tho oai;o
c'liuu fiom San l'lauclseo.
i:ci) iiMillablo cabin and nil troop
ouartcrs aio taxed to Iho limit with
ho ciond on boaid, j ot tho nip ih
the cpilctest cer.
Another cilllcial dcelaiatloii to greut
Die triiisportallon lracliir ennus
fiom Umcrtmr (1 It. Snllsbury who
notllles all pici8icelo pisHengers fot
that lonely Islo that they will not bo
lilloy.cd to iiiuio ashoru with ail) eg
clnble, fruit or pi mt lliat was brought
from Iho Hawaiian "ls mils. tiu.iin
'ears tho linnslon of th0 fruit fly and
iciuornor Hallsluiiy stales that n flna
of one bundle,! dollniH may hcro to
biing Iho lMissllile offender to a stum
'cnllzatloii of tho enormity of the.
'Iho Iigiiu Is Inking on six bun
dled tuns coal at Oceanic wharf. Tho
troopship icalls for (liiam and .Mnnlln
ut lie o'clock Ibis oenlng. It Is the
expectation that tho Iigaii will reach
(liiam cm Chrlbtinas Day and Manila
1 1) tho evening of December .Tlbt.
Tho fainoiis Twcnt)-fourtli Infant I
roloied. wllb band hcadcpmrtois anil
1 150 enlisted men is. aboard. Tenia)
IIil- lufauliy baseball team went
asboio to liy (oiicliislons with a plcic-
cn nine rimii tliu West Vlrginli.
t'olonol Paiildlng U tho rnuklng of
uclul on hoiird. Thcro nic but fp
chalices In tho olllclnl stuff on tho
lioopshlp. I'ormor Chler Olllcer Hf
tedt has leslgued to take (iimiimud pf
mo mliiH plaullng stoamor Hliigcld
f'hlef Olllcer Cnnioroii of tho Sheridan
1 as gono to Ihc licjin.
'Hie lins.1 of filends of Chler Stew
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors TeJ.1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumrn's Champagne
Call and get one of our new 1912 Pocket Diaries.
ard ll'innngiti were delighlcd lo wel
romo hlni this morning especially utt
er the cliciilntlou of fulso roisiils here
i ml at San rrnnclsrn to the clTec.1
ihat he had been let out from Iho kcr
Passed the Mexican at Kahulul,
The Atucrlian-Itnniilliiu stciuiei
McxIcmii was discharging gcucial cir
go at Kahulul according to u report
brought b) Purser Klhllug of tho
Clainlliie on anhal froni Hawaii nnd
Maul poits this morning. The Inler
Islnnd steamer brought cirgn Includ
ing shipments of 1 1 crates hogs, IT.
sacks com, II biles hides, 10 cords
wood, -0 sacks potatoes, 40 cases m.i
ihlnci), l!.",nno hardwood blocks, ,Vi
acks beans, in nates thickens and
aa picltiigcs siimlrlcs.
The Claudluo mot with some rough
wealhci on tho letuni trip and Iho
null usually placed nhoaid at I.iupa
hochoe was sent oil lo llllo thcio
linusrcricd to Ihc Intcr-lslaml xcs
Sugar on Kauai.
Aceoidlng lo Purser Ixigan or tho
Inter-Island steamer W. O. Hall, tho
following consignments or sugar aro
awaiting shipment nt (linden Island
ports of call:
K. S. M 2300. M. A. K. 31.S30, 0. &
11. 17.'0, K. K. 11. T.U00, K. P. 7H.7, I,.
A shipment of seonty-sl head
rattle, I" cahes and a ciiianlity of
inn ply giFolInu drums havo hecu ills
ehiigcd fiom Iho Inter-Island steam
er HcIqiiu and that essel will bo
placed on tho berth for dispatch soon
I 1'A.SSKMlKltS AIIIIIVKI)
Per IT S. A T Logan, from San
franc Isco - Tor Honolulu: J'lrst I. lout
O't'onnor, Corps of lmglui crs; I'lrst
l.h ut Yaugluin, Coast Artillery; Sec
ond l.liut lloffmiiiili, Scioiul lufali
try, unit Mrs Hoffman, inotbir; Voter
liiailnii lln) ncs.rirtli I'laulry 'lluoiigh:
Col Win Paulding, S4tb Inf.: I.t -Col.
1' It .McCoy. I.t.-Col II A Itoot;
Majors P M Asbliurni, H It Hclli.rg.
.1 Vim Diiscii, IT CI MeAlox'iiidir,
John S Winn; Ciptalns A I Satnn,
Claude I r Miller, IloU J llnxey, John
rrcmli, C ,1. iJiiibain, H. S. Ross, A
A Pml.rr, Unlit H Knox, elms. J Nel
son, V .M Hlinore, fleo C. Shaw', It
(1 Itiithirfiird; 1st Lieutenants W II
Pilttorsnn, ' i; Mills, V W. W K.
Ciladilcu. U P '1 hompson, C , .Mt
eii'l, A II liber. T. S Lowe, Howard
Priest, r T Purl, I'ri'd Dnupian,
llowcrs l)ils, li C Wright, A H Jin-
won, L' It. Ocntry, i: C 1III, J A
llurkclt, L S IIiikIm.s, Prank Moor
man .1 C Trench, Loren rirleves, T.
II Maghee, J W llo)di Jucl l.luutcn
nnts Illchard Park, C I.. Hall, C. I..
HtiirilBiniit. It T Coiner, It W J)uscn
bury, A II. Hoiiton, a A Mntllc, Clif
ford lllueipcl, S. II. Alkcu, II. O. Mc
cormick, K 11 Kern. C. 11. Ituckor;
Oircn It Coble, It II llillhril, Miss
II Paulding, Miss Kora Paulding, Mrs.
P II McCoy, Mrs P, II. Aslihurn, Mrs.
i: II llclberg, Mrp. A i: Saxton, Mrs.
C II Miller, Mrs II J. Maxcy, Mrs C
I. Ijinhani, Mrs. A A Pnrkrr, Mrs
Itobl S. Knox, Miss lie be ecu Die Kin
son, Mis f'lina J. Nelson, Mrs V JI
lllinoru. Mis Ooo C Shaw, Mrs Unlit
O Rutherford, Mrs W II Patteison.
Mrs. W i: Mills, Mrs W W 11 Olnd
ib ii, Mrs. i: I' Thompson, .Mrs C L
Mltcboll, Mrs Unwind Priest, Mrs I'
T Hull, Mrs llowors Ias, Mrs H O
Wright, .Mrs A S. Ilimen. Jlrs J, A.
Ilurkctt, Mrs I. H Hughes, Mis ltd.
Park. Mre C L SturdeiMiiit, Miss V.
Stiirdniint, Mrs It. T Colnor, Mrs
Crank Mooriniin, Mis J, C Kieiicb,
Mis T II Mugliee, Mrs. fl ,WMiitp,
Mis CIIITord llluc met, Mrs M 17 Me
I'orinkk, Mrs O II Coble. Mrs II
Pei sltur rinudliie, from lliwiillila
TIDESSUN AND MOON
ii in. it m. p m
JT 17 B 41 IS.,
Si" II II 1 I3U
ll II 111
Dm 3 10 M iVl
ells t.i 11 I" oik
13.' 10 lis I; 3!
till s ! I S3 .
I u, e 3i
6 ' 6.3JJ
cpjarter of the jnoon Dec, 12,
Temperatures G n. in , 72; 8 u. m ,
7.1; 10 a. -in, 74; noon, 70; morning
Iluromctci-, S a. in, .10 02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , r..70S grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a in,
o" per cent; dew point, 8 a. m , GO.
Wind G n. in, velocity 7, direction
H.; 8 a. m., velocity t, direction N. il;
10 a. in, velocity IG, direction N. K.;
noon, velocity 14, tllrcrtinn 1'.
Italnfnll during 24 hours ended S a.
in , . IT. Inch.
Tola) wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 247 miles.
Maul liortg, Dec. 13. W. A. Carpen-
tci, I,)ons, Leung Ynu, L. von
Tcmpsky, A. J. (loiucz, Mrs. (lomcz,
Miss (lomcz, Miss II. Klukemn, Mis,
Heine, H. L)ons, Mrs. Schoctilng, C,
V. 'Aldcn, Mrs. Allien, M. (Irune. .1. a,
Coodcll, It. Henderson, Mrs. IL Pa-
jice. Ho Sam, Mrs Kiuiiil, lain Chong,
W, S. Jnrdlne, Mss .lardlne. Miss M,
Kicltas, Cecil Drown, II, McCublilii
Miss (Irnhnni, Miss Ungcr, M. I Pi-os-
scr, Oco. Krccdhiud, W. S. Crane, W(
Larson, Mrs. Uirsen ami IG deck.
Per stinr. W. (1. Hull, from Kauai
ports, Dec. 13 A Itoblusou, I,, llnh-
Ipsou, A. P. llohlnson, ,1 K. Knpuntil
Miss A. Splclci, T. Kawanuito, Y,
Mori, W. 11. Itlce, Jr., J. A. Hogg
nnd 12 deck.
I r.VtSMKMIKK.S IMIOKKII
Per "Imr. Clnudliie, for llllo, via wn)
ports, Dec. in C (lay and children,
M. Hllchccick. Mr. Hitchcock, Mr.
Wonitsworth nnd wile, Allelic (lihb,
Kslhcr (lllib. Miss 1'nrie-st Miss V..
il.ildwln. Miss M Chilsloplicr, Miss
McDonald, Miss 12. Itohlnsoii, Miss II.
Ilobllisnn, Ilairj Ilaldwlu, Cruest
lialdwln, Herbert Ilaldwlu, Arthur
Senile, II. Askew, (!, Moil, llcnrj P
Pogue, .1, M, Noll, II. M. Noll, V
Coney, Miss CI, Item-clous, Miss Ollvo
Lindsay, Miss t'lcu Cnsei i;lsa Mcln
ecke, (llailysf Melnecke, .loo Meluccke,
M.i) hello Taylni, Miss Chalmers, ,1.
Chalmers, Mlsi II. I.ldgate, Miss D.
Mdgate, Miss M. l'oncst. J. Mejcrs,
1'r.ink Mc)crR, Miss L. Alalia, Miss A
Me)crs, Miss (1. Illckiirel.
Pei sluir. Mauna Koi, for llllo, vii
v.ay poits, Dec. 10. Miss V. Austin,
Miss I' N Curler, Miss Piiclnrd, Mrs.
McKcnzlo. Miss K. McKcnrlo, Miss I),
Austin, Miss K U Plnkliam, Mrs. II.
Me.ers, Caplalii D Stuart and wife,
II. P. Wood and wife, Miss Until Hon-
Ion, Miss M. Itciilciu, Miss 1). Ta)lor,
.Miss Calluls, L. A. Tliurston, '.Irs ('.
ones, servant and child, Mis, M,
Conkey, C. II. 11. Cutter, li T. Chnse,
I). I. Iteeker, Stanford, Austin, ,1, 1),
'load, K. D. Mcinil, P. C. Cowiin, Mrs,
Kate Mossinin, Mis. Allco lli))wio.
fleo W Young and wile, Miss Stone,
II. I). Iloml nud wife, M. A. Mason.
an, wife, Mrs. Patten, Lai Hip, I
Hind nud wire. Muster James Hind.
Pel stinr Kllaucn, fur Komi and
Kan ports, Dec. 22. IMIIIi August. (I
Walleis, T. A. llucn and wife, W. A,
(Irornwell, A. Plerinnn, V. Coiiant
IRlpu .limes, Catholitio Jones. Until
flarlle), P. C. .louts, Kloanor (l.irtle),
ifco. N. Moolo, Thos. Uncoln, v. A.'
Ilallc), W. E. Iltunor and wire.
Caplalii Chris Hyde, master of the
Matron Navigation tug Intrepid, linvv
nioiuiis Urn loss of n larne, powerful
wim h which bad lncii.stalliinul ill the
fnriMiiil pirt of fhe vcssc-l mid vvas ee-
sentlal lo Iho piopci handling of os
sch III sou
Tim wlnili was practically w reeked
this 1111. ruing In the iilte-mpt lo towl
tho (linn in triiluliig ship lhri-ogln Co
Ulle Into Iho harbor and to her bc-rtli
111 nn- ruiiwii) wiiurr.
In Kitting 11 lino iiroiiud the drii-n
the- strain upon the winch pioieel too
great, us more was 11 strong wuui
I'liiwlni: mid 11 sm runulng ut tho
Hum Tho winch was snapped oft ut
tn- base, mid heavy sheets of Iron
crumbled like a plocei of soda-rrneKor,
Tho diimiiBi- lo the winch Is Millltliut
lo Hiilllo Hie Insinuation of 11 com
plete n iv piece of mac bluer)
Luekllv, 110 one win standing near
the which at tb Hum of tlin HCcblint
The brier of tho attorney genei ill's
iloiartment In connection with tho
lilimcstciiding cases In llllo will bo
lent to the Hawaii comt Piiday next,
according in a statement uimlo by
Deputy Atlninoy Genornl Arthur ().
S111III1, who Is handling the mutter.
Tho Supremo Comt this nioinlng
handed down a decision In the 11130
pf Jnil (1. Mqpluulfi agalint l ). Ku
pulo Kuulaii Tho N)llabus slates
tluil nn lllegllliiintp child 1I001 luheiit
fiom Us griiudfuther.
HE WILL FLY
(Continued from fa 9 1)
;.ou had any picvlims cxperlcnco7'
was the blunt question asked b) the
"1 certainly am nn aviator, nud 1'vo
had a whole lot of experience," lie re
"Whero havo joil elono most of your
"In Lnglaml. t did a lot Of Illng
around tho Abloishiit foitlllcatlnns
with Captain Cody. 1 havo also flown
nt 1.0s Angeles. I have pilot's li
censes from both Iho lto)al Aero Club
of Hnglnnd, nud tho Acio Club of
"Haven't you got those licenses or
somo newspaper clippings to show
what you havo done," was the next
I had 1111 Intention of II) lug down
hero when I flint came, nnd did n't
bring them along," icplled Gmdln. "I
only hud 11 contract and a letter from
Ihc Curtlss people with me, and these
I cant find. I gavo llicui to Kd. Don
tliltt when 1 talked over the plan of
running my own meet and Inst night
wo hunted all through bis otllcc for
them, hut his puttier didn't know Jusl
how ho Indexed his Hies and Doulhltt
himself has gono to tho Coast.
To Send for Machine.
"Now." said (lordon. sueaklne with
more conviction than he hud previ
ously shown, "this soit of Ihlng cant
go on I Intend to cihlo to Hoy I'ran
cls, who Is well known hero nud who
I taught to fly. Ho Is now In l-os An
gelcs, and I am going In get him In
bring a couple of gigs along nd come
ilown right ava. Wo I both fly hero
nnd show the Honolulu people that
I'm 1111 faker, and then we'll go tu
"Does that menu Dint .vou'vo given
1111 Jour Philippine cnutiuct?"
"No. Ccrtitliil) not. I mean wo II
go to Australia after the Manila bust
Tho t:iks say Hint they hmke wllh
(lordon because ho lepenlcdly put on
showing them his credentials. Kin-
ally somo individual member of the
lodge, not a member of tho itvlallciu
committee, however, iieclvid tho fol
lowing cable, said In tome fiom a
member or tho llohcuilnii Club hi Han
"Aviator I'lumct Got don now 11) lug
in New lork. Your part) piobnhly
ex-chauffcur. Ills mil) connection
-ivlallon unsuccessful attempt to fly at
"I neer he ird of this Knimet." slid
Kenneth (loidon, when asked In ux
plalu tho cable. "And nii)bod) who
jtnows nn)tliiug about New Vmk nud
about Iho II) lug game, knows Ihat
them's no aviation going op thoro ut
this time of )ear. lloshjes, I haven't
lien able In get a look at this cable,
I don't know that II was ever lecclv-
Col. J. W. Jones chairman of the
special Llks' csiiumllteo that was 111
ranglur; tho aviation mcel, said Ihh
mm mug that he Is at a loss to tin
dcistund (loidou's actions.
"He did not get .111) thing out Iho
Klks, ho never asked for :m advanco
nor did ho Intimate oven that ho was
hard up," said Col. Jones.
"So far jis his relations with tho
committee mo concerned, wo eeisod
upgotl itlons cither Tuesdii) or Weit
ncsibi) u wick ago. The negotiations
wen) ulotii; all light itulil we aikejl
Mini to show us credentials that h
was 1 call) the fioidon ho represented
himself to be. Wo saw Unit wo would
bo at an expense of four 01 five linn
drcd dollars in prcllmluirlis, and lilt
that wo should see .Ml, (.union's Lic
Col. Jones did not wllh to state jiiit
how- iel.itepiB between Iho Klks and
(loiilon woiu liroKcu off, but It is mi
deislood that (lordon resented being
asked for credentials nud was coiisld-
ci ably hurtcd.
And so tho matlpr stands. Gordon
got 1;. J. land In 1,0 oil lls bond fur
?.'."), and tu tnko up his small obli
gations Ho has see-in ed Attorney
Ixiirln Andicws to elefcnd him, but
believes Hint now that cvi-i)thlug Is
squared up, Iho prosecution will be
Tito complaint was hwoiii out bv
Deinity CIl) Attorney A. M. Iliown, nt
tho request of Illshup &. Co., whoso
uaiiK Had ensued 11 515 check of Cor
don's drawn In favor of iho Honolulu
Drug Co. At that lliuo Gordon hud no
account ut the hunk at nil.
The e II v futile rs 111c t nt noon todivi
mid 1111II1111 1i d tin- closing of all e-lty
nil I county ollli es tomorrow In honor
of the Infill mat opening of IVall Har
bor to the vessels of Uncle Sam's
A number of claims against the mil
nlclpnllt) were passed upon and or
dered paid laibor salar) rolls wrro
iilsn prose iitcd li) the sou nil inimnlt
lics mill iirted upon. Tb- ill) ein
llo)is urn now- hi linn for tin It- money
A mucus or tin- entire' bond Is to bo
llibl ut fiiqui'iil Inli until during th"
wo-k for I ho couslili lutloii of I ho now
1II1III illirliill.ni 1 .111 II Im nvn.tl,.! flint
the measure whlih settles Mie iiinount
of inpprnprlutbiu for the- mining six
months will bo completed by the Inst1
of this week I
'1 li. Iiniiril will inert neulu In tegular
scsi-ion next Tuesday evening, nt
VVblih time Iho upprnprl itloii bill will
ii-cclvci Its first vote towards a final
passtiM) anil adoption,
Attorney l.arnach und Itohinsou
iiellnir f,i ll.n l,,i.,lltn r-lslit.i.w r",..,,,-
---r. - .-v . ,1. 1111 , ,,i,,i,, v 1,111- :
..on.. TO, .11.. I I.. .1... . 1 1.. I
i"''o ..nt, ii. ii, in in,, ,-iib,, monger
against It by II K. Ofjaw.i, have vvlth
eliawn fioin the matter.
N a nccojHH to rrrj ttiiu liel(
ol It rcHiiltn hi no ernrn). tin l
Inllty, i!cM)nii.nci, poor dlKttlon
Duffy's PMr Malt Whiskey
the old fdnilly
brtng )ou re
freshing si pep
and' )ou will
bocoinc full ot
new life iind
where In SIIALHI) HOTTI.LS
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co, 11
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
Vessels to and
from the islands
(Special Cubic to Merchant'
Wednesday, Dec. 13
SAN KHANCISCO Sailed, Dec. 13, 1
p. in.; S. S. Shliiu Marit, fm Hono
lulu. GAVIOTAAi rived, Dec 13; S. S.
Win I'. Ilorrln, from Kiuiuapill
SHATTLi: Atrlvrd, Dec. 13: U. 8. A.
T Dlx, hence Dec. 4.
S. S. l.urllue, arrives fiom San
rinncleco and docks at 0:30 p. 111 to
night. S 8. Mnnchuila, docks at 4 M0 Prl
ttny artcrnoun and salts about 10 11. m
Saturday for-Ban rrnnclsrn. (1
"I doubt If tell doetois or double
Hint number could havo kept the Im
migrant steamer Wlllesdoii free or
disease. Tho fact Is Ihat II was the
long vn)iige anil the clouding of peo
ple 11 board that was icspnlislhlo for
the trouble," sold lit, Cut I ll.uiius.
chief quarantine olllcer, Mils miimlii-;,
referring to the trip of Inspection to
tho Willesdcn made yesterday. On the
trip were Dr. Itnmiis, Comiulastonei
Vlclor S. Clark, Acting Ilrltlsh Con
sul Ilurilngtoii, Portuguese- Consul
Cnuavnrii), Spanish Consul dp Aiano,
1'. I.. Waldioii ol the) Ho nil or liiiml
giatlon, 8. de Picest and W. 1). WIN
Twcnt)-rour cases and two deaths
to dale Is the recotd for smallpox,
Mild Dr. Humus this morning, while
llieie havo been 11 number more
deaths from measles ami miil-nutrl-tloii
among (tie Infants.
Dr Itiinius nud (he party found Un
ship In falrl) good condition, ami
fioiii talks with various inemhcis or
the put)' It seems fairly certain that
the ship was cleaner and bettor
handled than Iho Ortciic, but that 1111
fnrscen e Ircunistaui cs aro lcspouslhli
for (bo loss or lire.
Tho WlllcBilen Is nuclei u heavy ex
pense, nnd It Is estimated tho qiuii.in
tlulng or the Immlgruiiln will cost tho
vessels owneis $20,(100. lImloi these
clrcumsl liiccs, the piccllcllou was
liiado )eslcnhiy Hint another Ilrltlsh
Immlgiunt ship under similar ehaite-i
terniB Ib vey unlikely.
A tentiitlvo foiin or ngieonienl for
it watei license and umi-udiui-iits to
the fl am blue of tho pioposed llllo
strict car fniutlilse weio coinploted
this morning at a conference In the
Governor's olllco nt which Govornor
Fiear, Supeilntcmlciiit of Piihtlc
Works Campbell, Seen tary Mntt
Smith, Attorney (leneial I.lndua),
Land Commissioner Judil nnd L. S
Cnuiii-ss wcro present. A milnber of
fianchlso iiiuendiucnts were practle
ully ugtepd upon which pinld foi
additions 111- extensions to Ihc road at
any time when tho Government ma)
fji-c lit, piuvfded that in tho opinion
of u special commission the) shall
m vviiri.iutcd by tho ii-celpts or tho
s)Sloii In addition to (hie watering
of Iho stock of tho coipoiutloli to bo
forniccl Is limited rtilctly.
The water powur for tho s)slem
will bo given fiee by the Government
for Iho llrst llvo yi-.ir.e, nt 11 rather
low llguio lor tho nuxt porlod of the
Hiiiiiu loiiglh and after Hi -t will ho
bettlrd by it toiuinisslou oveiy ten
)eai'H or tho llto of the lianehtsc.
olioilly nfioi 7 o'cbnli this morning
'lire enll" was himndeil ut Foil Shif
ter, 11ml as one bugler and then all
ot her lopcuted tlin uluiin tho whole
garrison turned out tu light tho
flames. Piouipt action by thoiouglily
drlllod men uiiilniihtcdly tiavnl the
post 110111 total iloslnu tlnn The losu
sustained Is estlmuted at $11100,
TI10 Iho was dlsiovuied 111 tho nai -tern
of Scigeatit l-'uliiiimiin, post
quartei master sergeant. Tho build
ing Is only two doois from post head
Ciiai li-lre timl for a while it was
Ihought that the whole) row would r,o
The 01 Ifln or the bhue Is tmkiiow 11
j POETRY SHO
(Continued from Pag 1)
Hire Island rolton rorms nnotlicr at
tractive exhibit that cannot help but
hold the attention or Iho visitor. There
iio nlso dllTercnt fruits, that for size,
am even a wonder In tho Island resi
dent. 1 Tho College of llnwail also has ,111
exhibit which had not been inado
i complete at tho time of opening tho
show hul It Is oxpocted that nil tho
articles will ho labelled today.
There Is an exhibit of the dllfe'icnt
kinds of feed Hint nic- good for chic
kens mnde by the Union reed com
puny. n. O. Ilnll Si Sou havo a good
An attractive fen tine or tho show
Is tho exhibition or a large nuiubci
mid vnrlcl) of Island woods This ex
hibit Is Hindu by tho Tcrrltoilal Iloanl
of Agriculture mill Forestry. Includ
ed In this exhibit arc a largo number
of oung ticcs and pi nits".
Those Interested In the raising of
chickens urc attracted In ail Inc-uhtt-or
that Is In commission with 1.11
eggs, nud It Is expected that the
chicks wW eoino from tho shells to
morrow . This, In itself, Is 11 featuiu
well woith seeing.
The nttendance today has been go id
mm from now on tho exhibit will be
open during the clay and evening un
til the sixteenth. An attractive fei
ttno Is tho hibiscus exhibit inado by
members of the Hibiscus Club, who
have donated 11 bilge number or haiid
pomo flowers to the exhibit or tho
expel Imctit station.
HARBOR BOARD TO
TAKE UP REGULATIONS
Tin lull bur coiiiiulssliiucrs at tin Ir
moiling nt lialf-pasl two o'clock this
1 fl noon took up tho mailer of
u lull I rogiil itons Tbisu were pub
llilied miiiii time ago and will now bi
de lit with one b) one- and pissi-d us
the llnul ligulallons of the board
.fust oxactl what regulations are
paw it Is Important hi connection with
the llllo wharf, for the rominlssloii
at Us last nice Hug decided Hint the new
wliinf would liao to be run 011 tho
s.iiiio lines lis the Honolulu wharves
nnd net under the sanio 11 nidations
The matter Is expected to bo full)
roue lulo this iirtcrnoon and soincthhu;
llnal decided oil
mil and miis. r 1. si:i.li:ck, or
Tiieomii, Wash, aro visitors at Hono
lulu us passengers In Hie Pnelllc Mall
liner Korea, which arrived from tho
roast )c-sterdny. Mr Selleek Is tho
general malinger of Iho Pailllc Stales ,
l.uniher Company, which has extens- '
Ivo lumber mills nt T1110111.1 ami otliei
1 mind ports. Mr. and Mis. Seltock
pioiose leiualnlng in tho Island ror
the greater putt or three months nud
will visit nil points or Intercut befoio
letiirnlug tu their home
LOCAL AND ' GENERAL
Tho master's leport In tho eslato
of tho lulo K. II K11II11 lani shows
that llic-ie Is tho sum of $130 IIS avull
ilhlo for dlstilbiilloii.
A few cases came up befoio the
Pederul Court this morning hut were
all continued until somo future date.
Hiirrlmiiu Henry, who urilved cs
terelay fiom !.os Angeles In the cus
tod) of Muisliiil Youiigwnilh or that
city, was iiiminltled In jail Tho hub
ens corpus imittcir In wlilih a Chim-s"
wuui in iiaiued Chung Slice) Is icTused
ndmlttaiiio Into the Tenlloiy was
hioughl up but wan also continued
'Ihc- Kiikaakoltos who wile uiresbil
bv e'lib-f ot Dilectlvis Me Diitllu Tor
llRhtlug tin nun lues while on 11 public
sired were lined up hi Colo Jiidvro Moil
saniit C If, I'hllllngwnrtli suggrstiel
that their Irlil bo set fol next Moll
1 iv Tint ib fc miauls aro Alex Itoblu
sou, John ltobliit.011, Goo Wiilalnlia,
Willie Kiuhi. Aul Matl.is, ejeo K1111I1I,
John Cilbraltb, I lav 1.1 Ma hi, Jus l.ukn,
Tom lkullcu, Willie lCahile, Henry K11
kiihll.l, Kalpo .Make-ill and Kekiihn
Tlic l'liiriil I'liracle iiiherllM-s Ho
uiiliilii. I pii) lo adurlNc.
SEE THE HOLIDAY GOOD8 AT
DCFORE BUYING YOUR CHRIST
3000 tu i7.'jQ
YOUNG HOTEL PLDG.
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